Sex Education Series 4

Sex Education’s conclusive series is here after a two-year hiatus, and with the show’s cast beginning to start careers elsewhere, there is an absence of what made the show so strong whilst attempting to serve an appropriate conclusion for audiences. After the closing of Moordale school at the end of series 3, the soon-graduating students…… Continue reading Sex Education Series 4

Rally Road Racers

Rally Road Racers could be better in all purposes, with neither animation nor story doing quite enough to justify itself as worth watching. Riffing off both Kung Fu Panda and Hanna-Barbera’s Wacky Races, Rally Road Racers directed by Ross Venokur, aims to recreate the family appeal with Zhi (Jimmy O. Yang), a slow loris, racing…… Continue reading Rally Road Racers


Writer-director Charlotte Regan’s Scrapper is a surreal, quirky, independent melodrama exploring the relationship between family and grief. 12-year-old Georgie (Lola Campbell) lives alone, raising herself and managing grief with the bold sensibility typically associated with adults, after being catapulted into adulthood when her mother died from an unnamed illness. Except with the arrival of her…… Continue reading Scrapper

Haunted Mansion

Adapted from the theme park ride of the same name and acting as a remake of its 2003 predecessor, Haunted Mansion is the most faithful version to the dark ride attraction, even if it sacrifices the art of telling an enjoyable story to do so. Starring LaKeith Stanfield, the 2023 Haunted Mansion swaps Eddie Murphy’s…… Continue reading Haunted Mansion


A visually stunning epic about the splitting of the atom. An utter shame, then, that its moral judgement is lost in favour of a toxic white male narrative. “Now I am become Death, the Destroyer of Worlds”, so ripples J. Robert Oppenheimer across time. His words immortalised as both warning and an apology for his…… Continue reading Oppenheimer


Since the beginning of time, since the first little girl ever existed, there have been dolls. But the dolls were always and forever baby dolls, until there was Barbie. Ever since Barbies were invented, they have served as a way to allow children to express their imagination through the toy. Initially conceived for children to…… Continue reading Barbie

Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse

Some guy called Isaac once said that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Newton’s Law persists throughout Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller’s marvellously mad but incomplete sequel to 2018’s Into The Spider-Verse directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson. Drawing inspiration from famous…… Continue reading Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse

Greatest Days

Greatest Days shines bright, perfectly capturing the power of music, friendship, and how we are never beyond the mysticism of childhood. A musical adaption of Take That’s greatest hits is undoubtedly a hard sell for audiences who don’t have a close affiliation with the 90s boyband. Thankfully, Greatest Days directed by Coky Giedroyc radiates its joy,…… Continue reading Greatest Days

The Little Mermaid

The Little Mermaid may just be the best live-action remake since Beauty and the Beast, as it tonally merges the Best Picture nominated 1991 classic with the first of the many Pirates of the Caribbean movies. The vibe of the film is fun. Opening with waves crashing, music soaring, and anticipation bubbling under the surface,…… Continue reading The Little Mermaid

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – Hooked on a Fatigued Feeling

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 draws out its fanfare with little payoff for audiences. Before delving into Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, context is needed as the film wasn’t likely to be released, held in production purgatory with director James Gunn fired following the emergence of old tweets. Gunn, who directed the previous two…… Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 – Hooked on a Fatigued Feeling